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Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by dnthmn2004, Jan 27, 2010.
Whats everyones opinions on these two new firearms from S&W?
I think they look pretty nice. I'm going to put on hold my pocket pistol purchase until I see them. I would probably have preferred one with and one without the laser sight because that will jack the price up but if they are similar to the M&P, they'll definitely be worth a look.
Hey Mr Smith, is Ruger eating your lunch?
Going to be tough playing catch-up!
And S&W has a monumental task of improving the DA trigger pull of the Elsie Arrrr!
Aesthetically, it's Ruger for the WIN X 2. (But then I hate lasers.)
My daughter thinks the Elsie Pea is cute and needs to come in pink!
I am a big fan of the .38. Could make a nice little BUG
S&W is a day late and a dollar too high. I spent my money on an LCR and a Model 85UL Taurus. Got no more playdoe for .38's. I am eyeballing a Nighthawk though. I don't have a single 1911 in my collection. YET...
Not even going to comment on this... alleged whatever.
It's legit, was on the SHOT Show page someone linked over the weekend.
Aw s***, not another gun to buy!!!!!
Granted, its been done by Ruger already. But I'm a S&W fan and I'm hoping the semi will be legal in MA.
Yep, already have a bid on one.
That was quick. Surprise gift for the daughter?
Hopefully it is a suprise gift for MoHawk
Yeah, you would carry a pink gun. Actually, if it was a Ruger, I would too. =P
I would carry any gun that was gifted. Except a Hi-Point. I almost bought a P22 that had a pink slide. The profits benefitted Susan G. Komen and I am a big supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness. Also, no one is gonna say sh*t when you pull a pink gun. LOL
Wow, I really like that Bodyguard 38. It's a good looking pistol. I've been wanting a 38 just because - maybe for a little backup gun. I like the smaller grip, that's what drew me to my SR9.
I just informed hubby that it's on my wish list!
I checked out both at the S&W booth at the shot show. They both are extremely light and would be very comfortable to carry. The ambidextrous cylinder release on the revolver is high on the tang where the hammer would be located if it had an external hammer. To release the cylinder you push up with your thumb, very easy to do but would take a complete relearning for muscle memory to not be a hazard in an emergency. The 380 is a little small to my hand so did not spend much time looking at it, but it was a well made piece.
I would like to get one just to test it out but will have to get the ok from upper headquarters.
I would love love love love love to own the .38. And an LCR for comparison
From the SHOT Show;
Smith and Wesson Bodyguard Handguns
To me, the .380 looks ugly and the .38 special looks like most of S&W's "J" framed revolvers. I never liked the small grip on those revolvers.
huh? I thought I was a fan of S&W?